The Newhouse family has farmed the Yakima Valley since 1913, and Alfred Newhouse planted his first wine grapes – Chardonnay and Aligoté – in 1968 on Snipes Mountain. When he bought Upland Vineyard, it had about 100 acres of vines. That has since expanded to more than 750 acres, and the Newhouse family farms a total of 1,500 acres on Snipes Mountain, including tree fruit and Concord grapes.
"I am a 3rd generation, diversified family farmer growing several varieties of Cherries, Apples, and Wine Grapes along with other fruits. My father was my mentor and has taught me to care for the land with passion and give 110% daily to continue to have success. I thoroughly love and enjoy what I do!"
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